Russian views of the transition in the rural sector structures, policy outcomes, and adaptive responses

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  • Russia (Federation) -- Rural conditions.

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StatementL. Alexander Norsworthy, editor.
ContributionsNorsworthy, L. Alexander, 1962-, World Bank.
LC ClassificationsHD1995.15.Z8 R87 2000, HD1995.15.Z8 R87 2000
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Paginationxvii, 209 p. :
Number of Pages209
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Open LibraryOL15999104M
ISBN 100821347659
LC Control Number00032476

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Alexander Norsworthy, editor. In book: Russian Views of the Transition in the Rural Sector, Chapter: Public Opinion concerning Russia’s Agrarian Reforms, Publisher: The World Bank, pp “Rural Reform in Post-Soviet Russia will fill a major need as a work that reviews the full range of changes in post-Soviet rural Russia, integrating discussion of economic, social, and political factors.

The social dimensions of change in rural Russia have been particularly neglected by Western (and most Russian) scholars in recent years.

This edited volume focuses specifically on the development of factor markets in Russian agriculture -- markets for labor, purchased inputs, land, and credit.

In the literature on transition agriculture, this book is the first devoted explicitly to markets for farm inputs, instead of markets for farm products.

The Russian Urban System in Transition: The View of New Economic Geography Albrecht Kauffmann1 Febru 1. Introduction Since the collapse of communism in Russia and the Soviet Union, a large-scale change in the Russian system of cities is undergoing. On one hand, emigration of large parts of the popula.

IN ENGLISH Books D. O’Brien & V. Patsiorkovsky, Measuring Social and Economic Change in Rural Russia: Surveys from to (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Press, ). O’Brien & S. Wegren (eds.), Rural Reform in Post-Soviet Russia (Washington, D. & Baltimore: Woodrow Wilson Center Press & Johns Hopkins University.

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Poverty in Russia during the Transition: An Overview Jeni Klugman Jeanine Braithwaite It is no surprise that the breakup of the Soviet Union and the overall demise of the planned economy has had a profound effect on the welfare of the Russian people.

But the absence of reliable survey data has constrained our understanding of the impact that. $ compared to Russia’s $3, at the onset of transition in China and Russia (World Bank, ).

Table 1: Table1. Economic Structure in China and Russia: Employment by Sector (%) China Russia Year Agriculture Industry & Construction Years Agriculture Industry & Construction Russia’s ongoing reforms in the agriculture and food sector place the issues of the employment and incomes of the rural population first and foremost.

Inthe rural population in Russia was million people (or % of the total population of million).Author: Renata Ianbykh. The reason that is argued in this paper for rural quiescence is that a transformation of the rural social contract — the basis of stability during the Soviet period — occurred.

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These countries were characterized by the. section centers on the transformation of the rural social contract. The fourth section analyzes the consolidation of trends evidenced in the third section.

The Conclusion summarizes what the analysis portends for Russian society, and in particular, rural stability. The rise of the rural.

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